1st Congressional District – Nancy Goroff (D) vs. Lee Zeldin (R-Inc.)

2nd Congressional District – Andrew Garbarino (R) vs Jackie Gordon (D) – This was Peter King’s seat

11th Congressional District – Max Rose (D-Inc.) vs Nicole Malliotakis (R)

15th Congressional District – Ritchie Torres (D) vs Patrick Delices (R)

16th Congressional District – Jamaal Bowman (D) vs. Patrick McManus (Conservative) – This was Eliot Engel’s seat

17th Congressional District – Mondaire Jones (D) vs Maureen McArdle Schulman (R) – This was Nita Lowey’s seat

All N.Y. Congressional Races

Presidential Race

State Assembly District 1-District 20
State Assembly District 21 – District 63
State Assembly – District 64-District 95
State Assembly District 97-District 106

State Senate District 1-District 31
State Senate District 32-District 51

Queens Borough President

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – New York voters cast their ballots three ways this year: In-person voting on Election Day, in-person early voting, and by absentee ballot.

Unprecedented numbers poured in via early voting and absentee ballots. As of Oct. 28th, 1.4 million absentee forms were sent out and more than a million voted early in person.

“It’s been wild, but elections are always unpredictable,” said Kristen Zebrowski Stavisky, Rockland County’s Democratic elections commissioner.

This is the first time you could have voted early in person for a presidential election in New York.

Some people preferred to mail in or drop off an absentee form. Oct. 27 was the last day to request an absentee ballot online. Absentee ballots had to be mailed and postmarked by Nov. 3 to be counted, or dropped off in person at hundreds of sites statewide before polls closed at 9 p.m. Nov. 3.

“Every voter has an individual voter ID. With a barcode. Every absentee ballot that goes out of here is scanned out and scanned it. We don’t count two ballots,” Zebrowski Stavisky said. “It’s safe and easy.”

A postmarked absentee ballot must reach the Board of Election no more than seven days after the election, Nov. 10, to be counted.

Only in-person and Election Day ballots were counted on election night Nov. 3. Officials say it will take a week before we have official results.

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